As far as we know, he is not running for anything and has no plans to, but former Gov. Matt Blunt still has $318,787.71 in his campaign account, according to his quarterly disclosure form, filed today with the Missouri Ethics Commission.
Blunt spent $5,478.35, with the largest expenditures being $1,000 contributions to New Hampshire gubernatorial candidate John Stephen and Cole County Circuit Court judge candidate Terry Jarrett. He also gave $500 to his father, Roy Blunt's U. S. Senate campaign, $500 to the Congressional campaign of his former chief of staff Ed Martin, and $500 to the Layman for Education committee, formed for a race for Ozark Technical College Board.
Blunt's report shows the committee received $212.62 in interest during the quarter.